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Make this 3D-printed cornstarch flamethrower for the zombie apocalypse
posted January 13 2015 20:13.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I am not quite sure how effective this DIY cornstarch flamethrower will be against hungry zombies, but it definitely works well against paper zombies... Ivan Owen made this one with 3D printed parts and a battery-powered leaf blower. Well... I'm still very skeptic...



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